Category Archives: New Releases

Villains: A Necessary Evil

Do you love a good bad guy? Where do authors get their inspiration for a fascinating character? We checked in with Harper St. George, author of Her Forbidden Gunslinger to find out. by Harper St. George, author of Her Forbidden Gunslinger (Harlequin E) … Continue reading »

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“I decided to write myself a family”: Marie Ferrarella on Cavanaugh Strong

by Marie Ferrarella author of Cavanaugh Strong When I was a kid, every Saturday night, I was glued to my black-and-white TV set, watching Bonanza. It was the first program to broadcast in color; sadly, my TV was not programmed to … Continue reading »

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A Cowboy in New York City

by Maisey Yates, author of Breaking All Her Rules (Cosmo Red-Hot Reads) Today Maisey Yates talks about cowboys, chance meetings and the sparks that fly when opposites attract in her new book, Breaking All Her Rules from Cosmo Red-Hot Reads … Continue reading »

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Risky Business

by Kate Willoughby, author of Across the Line (Carina Press) Hey, all you Harlequinians! I am excited to tell you about a fantastic movie you really have to rent. (No, it’s not the Tom Cruise 80’s classic.) It didn’t get … Continue reading »

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Writing from the Heart

by Barbara White Daille, author of The Texan’s Little Secret I’m happy to be here today to chat about something very close to my heart—writing romance. I was thrilled to be invited to participate in Harlequin American Romance’s latest six-book continuity, Texas … Continue reading »

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The Evocative Nature of Places, Sounds and Scents

by Chantelle Shaw, author of Billionaire’s Secret  The members of the Chatsfield family are renowned for their scandalous behaviour and none more so than Nicolo Chatsfield—the black sheep whose outrageous antics made even his wild siblings seem like saints! Once the darling … Continue reading »

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The Top Three Reasons I Loved Writing Taming the Takeover Tycoon

by Robyn Grady, author of Taming the Takeover Tycoon I’ve contributed to a few continuities. The Lassiters is hands-down my favorite! Here are just three reasons. No. 3…Like it or not, the media plays a huge role in today’s world. I worked … Continue reading »

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Adi Alsaid on Travel, Self-Discovery and Let’s Get Lost

by Adi Alsaid, author of Let’s Get Lost (Harlequin TEEN) My sister likes to say that before I came back from my trip to Israel, she’d never heard me speak. That’s probably an exaggeration, but not an extreme one. When … Continue reading »

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Saturday Excerpt: Never Forget Me + A Message from Marguerite Kaye

by Marguerite Kaye, author of Never Forget Me When I decided to write a First World War romance, I instinctively knew that letters should play a key role in the story. I was initially inspired by some of the more … Continue reading »

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Strong friendships and heartfelt emotions abound in Swan Point

by New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods, author of Swan Point There are probably as many different excuses for cheating as there are men—or women, for that matter—who’ve done it. But I doubt many are as offensive as the explanation … Continue reading »

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